Ally Carter writes about spies.
Well, she has a series about spies, and a series about thieves, and she's just started a new series about embassy kids embroiled in a conspiracy.
Ally is a ranch girl from Oklahoma. Her first series was one for adults, published in 2005 and 2006. Then she began what is her most well-known series, the Gallagher Girls. I’d Tell You I Love You but Then I’d Have to Kill You was published by Disney-Hyperion in April 2006. It was followed by Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy (October 2007), Don’t Judge a Girl By Her Cover (June 2009), Only the Good Spy Young (June 2010), Out of Sight, Out of Time (March 2012). United We Spy (September 2013) is the sixth–and final–Gallagher Girls novel.*
She also published Heist Society (February 2010) and its sequels Uncommon Criminals (June 2011), and Perfect Scoundrels (February 2013).*
All Fall Down is the first book in her new Embassy Row series. It was published on January 20, 2015 and will launch a new three-book series with Scholastic.*
All of the books in every one of those YA series is awesome- as a long-time fan since Love You Kill You I've read all of her books. I'd recommend them for any age and any fan base with an unconditional love.
So click here to check out the library's Ally Carter selection, and enjoy.
*All book titles and information taken from allycarter.com/ally/detailed-bio/